Perhaps your IT guy will know what to do with those domain sites that are injecting over your web pages seemingly without your knowledge, regardless of what browser you use IT can stop them once identified as the origin.
I’ve been getting these “take overs” for as long as I have been viewing Ducati.ms as well as zx6r.com and a few other forums like one for the Honda Odyssey. I use an iPad with Safari, and it happens when running Chrome on the iPad as well. The problem for me is that it happens only occasionally, and with no pattern. It will happen whether I am on WiFi at my house, or using cell service through Verizon to access the Internet. I bought a Norton Core router that scans the traffic for malware before it even gets to the iPad and that made no difference as well. Since the occasional pop-up like described identifies my Internet provider at the house I contacted them to see if it was a problem with the ISP servers and they say no as well. Quite the mystery...
Edit: just got one minutes after typing this!
Last edited by duc995; Mar 15th, 2018 at 11:55 am.
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